History- WWI

What effect did the entry of the United States into WWI have on the war? Why?

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  1. The entry of the U.S. into WWI helped the Allies win the war. Our additional troops, weapons and money turned the tide and helped our allies when they were broke, tired, disheartened, and faced defeat.

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